The BBC have banned all children’s TV presenters from wearing red lipstick to prevent them from looking ‘too sexy’. It was also revealed that presenters’ clothes are checked before they are filmed, to make sure they are not too provocative.
Which makes sense, because we don’t want our 6 to 12-year-old sisters growing up to become sluts, due to some BBC presenter constantly wearing Rihanna’s Mac lipstick.
But what about all our favourite people who dress provocatively and/or wear red lipstick? Will they never get the chance to laugh at children while gunge falls on their faces?
We’re sure the BBC already have a list of all their ‘No-Nos’, but we thought we’d make sure they didn’t miss anybody out. So here’s ten women who wouldn’t be allowed to present Children’s TV on BBC.